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Women Engagement: Help for Beirut, refugees and against racism
To develop strategies for prevention and help, it needs diplomatic experience, empathy and sensitivity in both politics and religion.
A Protection For Women From Sexual Violence
Millions of women survive sexual violence every year. In many places, the political and legal infrastructure to identify and hold perpetrators accountable does not exist - but a simple DNA kit can change this.
Chancellor Merkel opens 1st Assembly on Women, Faith & Diplomacy with welcoming message
For four days, representatives of Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and other religions will speak virtually about new forms of policy-making – with a focus on women and diplomacy
A candle in the window as a peace sign for the world
Religions for Peace from New York and the Lindau Foundation for Peace Dialogue of World Religions and Civil Society, Ring for Peace, invite the people of Lindau to set a sign for peace with a candle in the window.
Fact sheet: Ring for Peace – An interreligious Peace Symbol
Find out about the background of the peace symbol, the ceremony and the message.
common future – peace dialogues lindau
Das digitale Magazin von Ring for Peace mit erster Ausgabe online
10th World Assembly: The Ring for Peace – A Symbol of Peace
The Ring for Peace sheds light on the guiding theme of the 10th World Assembly and is introduced as a permanent symbol of peace between the religions. The ring stands as a connecting element, which is not fixed to one religion or excludes another. In many world religions, the ring symbolizes loyalty, truthfulness and honesty. The Buddhist Wheel of Life, the signet ring of the Prophet Mohammed in Islam, the Ring of Solomon in Judaism or Lessing’s Ring Parable, are only a few examples.